Admiral Blue, Antique Parchment, Antique White, Apricot, Aquamarine, Arbor Green, Award Blue, Barn Red, Beige, Berry Red, Bimini Blue, Black, Blue Bonnet, Blue Cotton, Blue Kazoo, Blueberry Frost, Bright Blue, Bright Magenta, Bright Red, Bright Yellow, Brown Oxide, Burnt Umber, Cameo Pink, Canary Yellow, Candy Pink, Cardinal Crimson, Caribbean, Caterpillar, Chestnut, China Blue, Chocolate Bar, Christmas Green, Cloudless, Cobalt Blue, Concord Grape, Cool Blue, Country Grey, Dark Blue Gray, Diva Pink, Elephant Gray, English Ivy, English Navy, Flag Red, Flamenco Red, Flamingo Coral, Fuchsia, Golden Sunset, Granite Grey, Grape Jam, Green Clover, Green Paint, Green Turquoise, Harvest Orange, Holly Branch, Hunter Green, Ivory, Jack-o-lantern, Jet Black, Kelly Green, Key West, Khaki, King's Gold, Laguna, Lavender, Lavender Sachet, Leaf Green, Light Lavender, Lilac Mist, Lime Sherbert, Lime Tree, Lite Mocha, Mango, Marsh Green, Matte Tropic Orange, Melted Chocolate, Misty White, Neon Blue, Neon Green, Neon Orange, Neon Pink, Neon Purple, Neon Red, Neon Yellow, New Shamrock, Nutmeg Brown, Orange, Orange Sherbert, Pale Daffodil, Palm Leaf, Parakeet, Parrot Blue, Pavement, Peachy Pink, Petunia Purple, Pewter Grey, Pink Eraser, Pink Parfait, Pink Polish, Pool Blue, Pumpkin Orange, Punk Pink, Pure Gold, Pure Silver, Purple Iris, Purple Pansy, Red Apple, Regency Blue, Royal Velvet, Snow White, Snowflake, Spring Green, Sunny Day, Sweet Potato, Tapestry Wine, Territorial Beige, Too Blue, Tropic Orange, Turquoise, Tuscan Red, Vanilla Ice, Velvet Crush, Wedgewood Green, White, Wild Iris, Yellow, Yellow Flame
Cheri Sylvester –
We bought a ton of apple barrel paints to try our hand at paint night on demand. It was a huge success! Some of the bottles needed to be shaken up before using, because they had slightly separated, but once we shook them they were perfect. The colors are opaque and go on smoothly. They give great coverage. One of our paint nights, we used a pumpkin pattern and graphite paper to put the basic picture on the canvas before painting. The Apple barrel paint covered up the graphite lines quite well. Some of the lighter colors did take a little more to completely cover the pencil marks, but for the most part it was opaque enough that it only took one coat.I love these paints! They are perfect for beginners and work well for crafts, canvas, and rocks. I used them for rock painting with my 3yr old granddaughter and she absolutely loved them! We started doing all the baby shark family on rocks, but it was time to go for her mama’s birthday party, so we will have to finish them next time. The thing I liked, was that the paint did dry quickly enough that we were able to get to the next color without waiting forever for the first layer to dry, but it did not dry out so quickly that it was not pliable enough to do our paint night pictures.Another thing I like is that they are not only non-toxic but they are easy to clean. My grandbaby got them all over her hands and I even got a drop on my shirt. I immediately took the shirt to the sink and rinsed it out with cold water and all the paint came out right away. The paint on our hands had time to dry before we wash them, but it came off easily with just soap and water.
Jenn Cadarette –
Apple Barrel Paint is one of the rare gems in life that is both effective AND affordable in the same wonderful product! How often do I wish I could say: “I’ll just go with the less expensive brand” and then it’s utter disaster! Apple Barrel isn’t like that at all and I hope they never change! It’s a nice solid medium thick craft level paint with great coverage and a beautiful selection of colors! One tiny bottle goes a long way and for the colors you don’t use as much it’s perfect to keep the whole array on hand without taking up a lot of space or blowing your budget! They have expanded the line multi surface paints and even outdoor paint! I love Apple Barrel! I’m not sponsored by them (although I would GLADLY accept!) and I buy all of my craft supplies with my own money. I just love standing behind a good product that comes at a fair price and they have more than earned it!
I bought this one with 15 other colors same brand. Love this brand for the colors and price!! ~~~Now on to some secrets~~~ With all my projects I use liquid gesso first no matter what. Trust me get some cheap gesso it will save you some time and a few headaches. It’s just an acrylic primer I got a 16 oz bottle on Amazon for around 10$. I’ve had it for months and only used maybe a quarter so far. Some are clear some have a white base. I suggest the white base saves you some more time.I also see some people leave reviews saying the paint was coming up. I get the problem sometimes it’s because I get impatient. Sometimes I don’t let the first coat dry completely or it’s already drying and I go over it again. I really don’t know how to just leave it alone and walk away lolIf you want matte paint you can mix in some plaster of Paris. Also DecoArt makes something called chalk finish medium to mix on with your paint. ❤I really hope this helps someone❤
Debra S. –
Works perfect to touch up the ceiling where the roller accidentally makes a mark. Surprising how well it matches and that it could be used for that purpose. So creative.
Easy to use, great color,sheerness, good for beginners
Charity Schussler –
I love the color and the ease of use that it has! Makes my crafts stand out!!
Julie Forsythe –
I love this brand of paint for crafting. It’s a great value. They have a lot of colors to choose from too. I highly recommend this product to any crafter
Steven Swim –
Baby received, fast, more satisfied, praise
Coyote Roman –
This is the best deep royal purple. I painted a slug I made of white clay; the pic of him right way up is 2 coats of paint, his underside is one coat. The swatch in the product images doesn’t do this color justice, it’s way richer & deeper.
Alex Fernandez –
Very nice blue. Would buy again great value for cost. We love it